PPF 2016 Breakfast Speaker Will Be Rev. Osagyefo Uhuru Sekou

The Presbyterian Peace Fellowship is honored and thrilled to announce that Rev. Osagyefo Uhuru Sekou will deliver the keynote at our biennial Peace Breakfast. The Peace Breakfast will be held on June 22, 2016 during the 222nd PC(USA) General Assembly in Portland, Oregon.

SOA Watch Vigil

Friday, November 20, 2015Sunday, November 22, 2015

This November we will return to the Columbus, Georgia to take a stand for justice and accountability. Torture survivors, union workers, religious communities, musicians, puppetistas, students, migrants, veterans and others from across the country will speak out against violence and militarization. We will commemorate the martyrs, march to Stewart Detention Center, teach and learn from each other in the Columbus Convention Center, and celebrate resistance at the gates of Fort Benning, Georgia. Fort Benning is also home to the notorious School of the Americas (SOA/ WHINSEC) and has become a focal point of resistance to empire and militarization.

One State, Two States: The Goal is Restorative Justice

A conversation concerning the desirability of one or two states for Israel and Palestine must start from clarity as to the goals we seek.  The Presbyterian Peace Fellowship affirms that the outcome must be grounded in Restorative Justice, providing justice for all, Israelis as well as Palestinians, achieved in a context that includes movement towards reconciliation between the parties to the conflict.

Webinar on Advocacy and Action to Enact Common Sense Gun Legislation

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Join Office of Public Witness Director, Reverend J Herbert Nelson at 3:00 PM EST on Tuesday, October 6, 2015 as he discusses gun violence, its underlying causes, and effective ways you can lift your voice to tell your elected officials that NOW is the time to enact common sense measures to reduce gun violence in the United States.

Agreements Have Been Reached in Colombia Peace Talks with Guerrilla Groups

It was announced on September 23 that the peace talks which have been ongoing for well over a year in Havana, Cuba between the Colombian government and some guerrilla groups seem to have reached the point where peace accords can be signed in March of 2016. While these accords to not solve many of the ongoing problems that would constitute a full and justice-filled peace, they are one step along the way and for that we are grateful. We celebrate peace even as it unfolds incrementally, knowing that each step gets us to our larger goals.

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